‘At the Limits’ is leading medical education; enabling leading academics, scientists, researchers, specialists and clinicians to meet in inspiring and stimulating academic environments. The meetings are supported by Industry and we encourage supporters to attend with a delegation of senior medical personnel to build and maintain the relationships between medicine and industry which are so essential for the development and understanding of successful patient care.
Meetings take place throughout the year, across the globe, with upcoming events on London, Cape Town, Shenzhen and Singapore
Please register to be kept informed of upcoming meetings.
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New for 2017
On Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st November 2017 a world class faculty of MS research pioneers will convene in London to present at the first annual Multiple Sclerosis at the Limits conference. The Chairs, Professor Gavin Giovannoni (Bart’s, London) and Professor William Carroll (University of Western Australia) have developed an outstanding programme which is sure to attract an expert audience of MS professionals from across the UK and beyond. Places are strictly limited by room size, and as with all ‘At the Limits’ meetings, this event is likely to quickly become oversubscribed. Click here for more information and to express interest in attending.
New for 2017
Professors Derek Yellon (UCL) & Sir John Cunningham (UCL) and Dr Sarah Linklater (The Lancet) present the 2017 Hatter Cardiovascular Institute Horizon conference on Monday 27th November at the Royal College of Physicians in London. Concentrating on the exciting new treatment options around GLP-1 & SGLT-2 inhibitors, the conference will consider developments at the cutting edge of cardio-metabolic treatment. Click here for more information and to pre-register.
New events in 2017
In association with our colleagues at the UCL Cancer Institute we created five new 1-day meetings in 2016 to update practicing oncologists, nurses and scientists on advances in specific tumor types; Haematology, Urology, Women’s Health, Lung, and Gastrointestinal Oncology. In 2017 the series is expanding to include Paediatric Oncology and Melanoma. The meetings are held at the Royal College of Physicians and feature presentations and discussions designed to enable healthcare professionals to enhance cancer care and understand the breakthroughs which will directly affect them and their patients.
Registration for 2017 will open in the Spring.